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. the history of popeyes's louisiana heritage. it does reinvent the brand for the guest. >> how can you expand it? >> well we have been a great dinner concept for taking it home for your family. what's growing for us is portable on the food for lunch and dinner. when you're launching the waffle tenders, it's great car food. >> and when i speak to sally at the buffalo wild wings, the chicken prices are coming down. that's meaningful for you? >> absolutely. we had a great profitable quarter. >> i should have talked about it earlier. it's amazes. >> our franchise restaurants are making 23% profit before rent which is outstanding. as our average unit volumes grow it's getting better and bert. that's a great story. >> is there some kitchen lab that you have? because i ask that because the promotions are rather dramatic. there are other chain, i don't immediate to slag them, the innovation has stopped. the national ads -- i feel there's a treasure hunt aspect about them. >> yes. the treasure hunt starts and we have this place called louisiana which has the best food in the nation. >> i know. you're
to recommend them. we're not at that moment yet. mike in louisiana, mike? >> caller: yes, sir. thank you for taking my call, mr. cramer. >> no problem. >> caller: and what i'm interested in is agio. when i first bought it, it was doing really well. it was climbing a lot, but did an about face on me. should i sell? >> that had good bankers. i'm surprised that stock has come down so much. i thought that was a very good speculative situation. i actually don't want you to sell. i think that, you know, therapeutic cancer metabolism stories, we've liked those. but no, as long as you regard it as a spec. it is not a regular investment, it is a spectacular spec and i do not want to sell it at 23. frank in florida, please. frank? >> caller: hi, jim, big boo-yah from frank in ocala, florida. a few weeks ago i asked you about my wisdom for buying southwest airlines. now i've noticed all the airlines have taken a dip. should i go ahead and sell, buy, or hold? >> well, i think the airline business is being -- look, the sudden rise in jet fuel prices was not anything that a lot of people foresaw. i th
in louisiana, josh? >> caller: boo-yah, jim. >> what's up? >> caller: hey, i was just wondering how you use the futures market to judge how the market would do throughout the day. >> i hate it. i won't use it. i think people who use it are lazy. they are just simply looking at how europe was or asia was in making the termination. forget about it. we trade stocks, not futures. that's quite simple. you've got more tools for your survival now. we have -- we don't own too many stocks, right? we know we should use -- limit the number of speculative stocks because they tend to trade together. we know that diversification is key. i call it the only free lunch and we know to focus on high-yielders particularly in times of trouble to reduce your risk. stay with cramer. >>> sitting on the sidelines because of all the uncertainty in the market? >> thanks for turning my portfolio from mean to green. >> that's what i want to hear. >> with over 25 years of experience in bull and bear markets, let coach cramer show you how to play to win. >> thank you for you and your staff for keeping us in the game. >>
is about not giving it back, but you can't because you've already won. how about josh in louisiana. josh? >> caller: boo-yah, jim. >> what's up? >> caller: hey, i was just wondering how you use the futures market to judge how the market would do throughout the day. >> i hate it. i won't use it. i think people who use it are lazy. they are just simply looking at how europe was or asia was in making the termination. forget about it. we trade stocks, not futures. that's quite simple. you've got more tools for your survival now. we have -- we don't own too many stocks, right? we know we should use -- limit the number of speculative stocks because they tend to trade together. we know that diversification is key. i call it the only free lunch and we know to focus on high-yielders, particularly in times of trouble to reduce your risk. stay with cramer. >>> jim cramer, you're one of my heros. >> i look forward to your show every week night. >> thank you so much for helping beginning investors like me. >> when you talk about the market, i just believe that you're spot-on. >> i love it. thank you
-yah, to you. >> this is allen from delray beach, louisiana. i want to knowant jazzo and the 96 direct offerings? >> i'm not jazz zo about jazzo at all. i'm tell, telling tell, you go to tilener michigan. tyler. >> hey, how are you doing? >> not bad. >> i was wondering to it would be a good idea to invest in abercrombie and corporation. >> i can't tell ifpy kids want to by there from yesterday to tomorrow. how can i recommend a stock like that? i mentioned hollister, they tell me let's go buy a house, next day they said, dad, i can't go to hollister again. i can't edmonton that stock. >> hi, mr. cramer. thank you for taking my call. my stock is occidental petroleum. >> my charitable trust has a big position. we believe in the interim the quarter was a mess. they are joining a lot in the permian, they do have a gigantic position in monterey if governor brown lets them drill, occi goes up in earnings. otherwise, they need to split up in the various division, that, ladies and gentlemen, is the conclusion of the lightning round. . >> the lightning round is sponsored by t.d. ameritrade. . t
. >> -- growing up in louisiana, played in boston, lived in miami, lived in california, i love water. i love seafood. but, you know, this lobster bisque is because i couldn't believe how many chunks of lobster came out of this little package. >> he's counting the chunks. >> yes. there's a lot of lobster in here. >> it is. >> i think we added some to this. i don't think it usually comes with this much lobster. >> no, it actually does, trust me. >> wow. that's -- i've got to say that's pretty good. >> yes. >> a lot of sodium. people are worried about sodium levels these days. >> well, i'm not a sodium-ologist, but i'm a taste-ologist, and it tastes fabulous, i know that. >> i love this. you know, i see you doing car commercials, and every time i see another car commercial with shaq in it, i think, what -- you're such a young guy. you had such an incredible career in the nba. what do you do for a second act? i mean, where do you go from here now, shaq? >> well, you know, again, it's all about being the first mover. superman will be the first national brand to have a food truck. we've seen food
's. no longer popeye's kitschicken. now it's popeye's louisiana kitchen. let's get to the tweet. jim's tweet. yes. i tweeted this. love this camaro which happened to be in westhampton. i was looking at it with my friends miguel and lisa. and, lisa, what year is it? i think it could be a '68. i am not sure. within maybe ten minutes, our tweet friends, my followers, were so fast they gave me every little detail. this is clearly a '67, people. not a '68. you know what? i love the guessing game and it worked on twitter. one of the many brilliant responses came from out counter hedge. could one spend nine months living in it? that's the question. very important. do you see this? this is a soft top. my 1977 fairmont that i lived in was a hard top. this is a very cramped backseat. no room for your jack daniels. no room for your hatchet. hard to find your gun. my fairmont had room for all those. i say this is a studio versus my one-bedroom car. now, we have a tweet from @joecurly who writes one of the first "mad money" episodes i ever watched you recommended facebook. fb. under 26, i bought it, than
to please louisiana? there is a lot of feeling behind this by tort, and by tort lawyers on the defense side that this company is going to be asbestos, out of business, and they have to raise the reserves, but maybe a growing feeling that they were had by the court. >> and saying yes, yes, yes, to everything in the hoping that in this point they would be in the clear. >> they bougtd no goodwill that i can see, and they have tremendous assets and good dividend and better managed than they used to be, and they sold properties that did not hurt the production a la the big guys, but david, it is now a binary stock on a lawsuit. the lawsuit goes well, and goes badly -- that is a tough thing for anybody. it is a great situation for options people out there making an options bet, but this was a great company. and now it is in the hands of the court. >> well, they had a pretty big screw up, and don't forget that. >> well, it is -- it was real bad. >> yeah, yeah. >> valdez times ten. >> all right. now yesterday we saw the blue chips extend the losses from last week and so far, it looks like a positiv
so it was on approach to landing, but this is different than the louisiana flight where it was actually during a landing, so was it a mechanical failure? was there something in the cargo that contributes to this crash. those are the primary questions that investigators will start looking at immediately. >> hey, phil, the a-300 used more these days for cargo or for passenger -- as a passenger jet. >> i think it's transitioned now to becoming a little bit more of a cargo plane. it's still used for passenger flights, but because of its size, relatively limited in text of configuration, it's more -- you see it more for cargo. >> and accidents, incidents in terms of its safety history? >> i don't know the exact numbers, but i do know it's not one of those that immediately jumps out and you say oh, okay, well, we've had problems with this plane and i'm not surprised that they say there was a crash here. you know, that's one of the things that investigators look at. was there a particular problem with this type of aircraft in the past. at first blush it does not jump out at me.
of the film subsidies did for louisiana after hk urricane katrina. >> i had to google henry cavill. >> don't google ben affleck. >> meantime, dow continues to waver in the red. seeing some pressure -- i see jcpenney at a fresh 12-year low after the walmart price cuts earlier today. there's a look at what's going on. if you're just joining us this morning, here is what you missed earlier on. >>> welcome to "squawk on the street." here is what's happened so far. >> every time the oil price spikes, the economy gets weaker. and that's the real outcome here that the global economy suffers the high price of oil and if we stay on this path, we're not going to have a very good decade. >> increases half expectations, up 0.1. spending up 0.1. that's about a third of what we were looking for. >> there's some stuff going on. just wonder if there's people around to trade on it. >> are we still in a period where good news in one quarter makes it a little more of -- sets the bar a little higher for the next? >> yeah. the threshold of surprise goes up a little bit. >> i think we're living with a case of a
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